Routes to the Kruger National Park

The size of the Kruger National Park (350km long!) makes for many entrance gates. I have listed the entrance gates from South to North

Malelane and Cocodile Bridge entrance gates via N4 and Nelspruit

Phabeni and Numbi entrance gates via White River and

Phabeni and Paul Kruger entrance gates via White River and Hazyveiw

Orpen entrance gate via Hazyveiw and Bushbuck Ridge

Orpen entrance gate via Abel Erasmus Pass and Hoespruit -

Phalaborwa entrance gate via

Punda Maria and Pafuri entrance gates via

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